It’s November, Halloween is in the rear-view mirror, so we started on Christmas. Some new large Christmas figures arrived this past week; snowmen, nutcrackers, and gingerbread boys and girls. A photo is below. Every year we store up all the antique and vintage Christmas items that come in, until the season arrives. We just started unpacking those this week.

We also received some new garden gnomes this past week. You may be asking; why garden gnomes in November? They are a popular Christmas gift item, so we stock them year round.

Antique furniture new arrivals included: early hump trunk, open mahogany side server, pair of Deilcraft halfmoon commodes, barley twist drop leaf end table, inlaid parlour table, refinished hall seat with coat hooks and mirrored back, 3 Louis XV1 cameo back chairs, set of 4 folding chairs, footstool, assorted end and occasional tables, unusual set of 3 nesting tables-a photo is below[The end tables tuck underneath each end of the coffee table.], oval French lamp table with brass gallery, mahogany loveseat & chair, French reupholstered arm chair, oval pedestal parlour table, unusual ornate sheet music cabinet, and more. 

Antique non furniture new arrivals included: Rolls Razor complete set in case, horse weather vane, barn lantern, barn light with bracket, vintage leather suitcase, German 4foot Regulator clock, army lantern, wooden butter box, 3 crocks, milk bottle carrier with 6 milk bottles, CN aluminum gas can, Hewitt’s Dairy milk bottle-Hagersville Ontario, horse brasses, 2 wooden pulleys, fire & watch box, washboard, box of sealers, horse collar, wooden wagon wheel, charcoal iron, small sap bucket, school bell, musical decanter, fireman plaque, 2 chandeliers[ 1 bronze, 1 brass], wooden ironing board, 2 over painting lights, assorted framed prints, 2 handmade pewter wall plaques, collection of cow bells, vintage mantle clock with Westminster chimes, 2 crockery foot warmers, narrow mahogany mirror, a batch of cast iron floor grates, small ship’s wheel, 32” x 50” area rug, 5’6” x 7’6” unusual primitive design area rug, and more. 

We also brought in a horse drawn cutter this past week. A photo is below. Horses to pull the cutter through the snow are not included.